I rode a pair back when I was younger. The thing with black crows that has changed is that they picked up Julien Regnier a while back (he designed the original Armada JJ, and co-founded Armada) and he is a super alpine skier with a background in moguls. I have met a few of the guys at black crows and they all say the same thing: park skis, more specifically real twin tips, don't make sense. When skiing forward, we lean into the front of the ski, and when skiing switch, we also lean into the front of the ski. That is the reason that their skis are more directional in terms of shape and rocker profile, and also have mount points that are no closer to center than -6. They no longer design skis like that for this reason. Another thing that the founders, Camille Jaccoux and Bruno Compagnet, say, is that all of their skis are designed to be able to handle all conditions from top to bottom of the Grand-Montets resort in Chamonix. Park skis are not equipped for that (I tried back in the day) so they make skis that are more towards directional on the directional/twin tip scale.